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Aeroport College of Aviation gets NCAA’s Training Organisation Certificate accreditation

Aeroport College of Aviation gets NCAA’s Training Organisation Certificate accreditation

Aeroport College of Aviation and Travel Management (ACA) have been granted the aviation training organisation certificate of approval by the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA).
The aviation and travel management college got the approval recently with the mandate to undertake six subjects that are key to flight operations.

The Approved Training Organisation Certificate with No. NCAA/ATO/AA/031 is in line with the pursuant to part ix, section 30(4)(l) of the Civil Aviation Act 2006 part of the civil aviation regulations 2015.

According to the NCAA’s term of approved Training Organisation Certificate, the Lagos based Aeroport College of Aviation & Travel Management, which was established in 2016, is to undertake courses, which include Basic flight dispatcher Training, Advanced Flight Dispatcher Training and Cabin Crew Initial B737 CL/NG.
Others include Cabin Crew Conversion B737 CL/NG, Carbin Crew Recurrent 737CL/NG and Cabin Crew Refresher737CL/NG.

Speaking on the development, Oludayo Taiwo Gideon, the CEO/Director of Studies, Aeroport College of Aviation & Travel Management, the accreditation process involved a rigorous evaluation of our facilities, training programs, and faculty.

“We are proud to have met the strict standards set by the NCAA and to have been recognized for our dedication to excellence in aviation training.

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“Also, we have maintain a quality trend of curriculum as well as best practice in our mode of developing manpower for the travel and aviation industry with our hand on innovative trend that will give our graduate a priority place to fit into the labour market across the world,” Gideon said.

According to him, the training programs are designed to meet the needs of both aspiring and experienced travel professionals, adding that the college is committed to providing students with the knowledge and skills necessary to succeed in the aviation industry.
He said the new edge of approval is a mandate that the college will invest its strength to sustain the new level through robust academic template and crop of professional lecturers who are core industry grown individuals.

“Prior to our NCAA Lincensing for Cabin Crew and Flight Dispatch Courses, we were accredited by Institute for Tourism Professionals in Nigeria (ITPN) and we have trained over 3,000 professionals and a lot of them are now gainfully employed in various sectors of the Aviation, Travel & Tourism Industry”

“We are delighted to be accredited as an Aviation Training Organization by the NCAA.
“This is a significant achievement for our company and a testament to our commitment to providing high-quality aviation training in Nigeria and to the world by extension,” Gideon said.